Mine went out about 2 weeks after I bought the car. Dealer did the work and said the blower motor was bad. On the repair bill it did state the blower motor was the part replaced. Saw the mechanic up under the glove compartment where the blower motor is, checking for voltage/signal to the motor.
The blower motor went out and had to be replaced on my wife's 2011 dodge nitro recently. Sounds like a problem part with dodges in general to me. Hoping mine holds up on my 13 challenger. I got to have a/c.
Motor blows but only in high after messing with the fan switch.
Sad for a car this low mileage.
I may buy the resistor for ~$14 rockauto. I thought I heard it was easy to locate.
At least I got AC when its 95 and humid.
Not as bad as those GM issues!